I see beauty in (almost) everything

 I see beauty in (almost) everything
That's the name of a project by photographer Gemma Comas
These beautiful images are from her website, blog and her Pinterest. Enjoy! 





WABI SABI interior design art photography
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11 comments:

  1. I also see the beauty in (almost) everything :-D

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  2. Little Beauty Things - i Love your pictures so so much *


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  3. She really has a great style! love her pictures!
    greetings from Germany, geisslein

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  4. Great photos, awesome style! love it!
    have a beautiful weekend, Lisbeth!

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  5. Good Morning Lisbeth, I have been enjoying your wonderful site for several months. It is such a bright spot of beauty, I reach out to you just as I do looking for the sunrise or sunset in my day. What a beautiful gift you share with all of us. My name is Connie and I live in Boulder, Colorado USA. I am and have been interested in wabi-sabi since I first came across the word and meaning maybe 20 years ago while living on a rural farm in the hills of West Virginia making pottery (LOVE your work) I always loved working with porcelain, felt like cream cheese to me....Rustic elegance is the way I also have described it, the term wabi-sabi. I think I found you thru Pia Jane Bijkerk. My daughter has a beautiful home and garden boutique outside of Boulder in Lafayette, called Rustic Elegance because she likes wabi-sabi so much. For the last 13 years I have been caring for the elderly and doing hospice care in a beautiful home with raised bed gardens, greenhouse and we even have our own chickens for fresh eggs, right here in town. Lucky us!!! I am going into a new phase of my own life and look forward to being even more creative and right now I am just exploring what that means by taking little steps to express joy and beauty throughout my day.

    Just wanted you to know how much I appreciate you and the brightness and beauty you bring to us.

    Love and appreciation and Happy New Year.......
    Connie

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    1. Thank you Connie, for your interesting and generous comment. Good luck with your new, creative life. I am taking a similar step, too. Cheers! L

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  6. I'm the same, seeing beauty in unexpected places, things..
    Lovely images. I'll check the links for more of her work.
    Happy New Year. :)

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  7. I have just discoverded your blog. What a harmonious and peaceful place to rest.

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